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Papua, West Papua residents to receive antigraft training

  • Budi Sutrisno

    Jakarta

Jakarta   /   Tue, November 24 2020   /  01:00 am
Empowering the youth: Students of Qurrota A’yun elementary school in Malang, East Java, visit the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) office in Jakarta on Jan. 23. The visit was aimed at nurturing the values of honesty and integrity among the children from a young age. (JP/Dhoni Setiawan)

In an effort to curtail corrupt behavior and criminal activity in the country’s easternmost provinces, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is set to provide online training on corruption prevention on Tuesday and Wednesday using its JAGA mobile application. The program is open to all residents of Papua and West Papua provinces, said Ipi Maryati Kuding, the acting spokesperson of the KPK’s prevention division. She said the online event was intended as an exploration that could set up or galvanize the antigraft movement in the region through the use of the JAGA platform. Until now, users in big cities supported by good internet connections and members of a digitally literate community have been the most active on the mobile platform. “Through this event, the KPK also wants to develop effective collaboration in the development of corruption-prevention e...